It can be challenging for sponsors to extract the same value from virtual events as their real-world equivalents. But a little flexibility can go a long way to change that.
Convention centers, hotels, and other venues already know that when meetings return, many will feature a hybrid format. To prepare for this future, many venues have added new amenities, like broadcast studios, to help meeting planners deliver those experiences.
Like so many cultural institutions, children’s museums were devastated by the pandemic. To help members navigate COVID-19 challenges, the Association of Children’s Museums has been collecting data and sharing trends reports to help them guide decisions at their own institutions. The spring and summer months—when children are on school breaks and parents are looking for […]
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Cybercriminals are getting more clever about targeting organizations and individuals. Here are three new threats you need to be on the lookout for.
With many schools starting up with hybrid or virtual-only learning, working parents are facing childcare and scheduling issues. For associations looking to support parents on their staff, the only hard and fast rule is to be flexible in your approaches.
Many attendees have cognitive, hearing, or visual disabilities that could keep them from getting the full virtual event experience. Use these strategies to ensure that your association offers an inclusive event that accommodates all participants.
Members need their association when times are tough, but they may be facing hardships or other impediments to staying connected. Here are three ideas for keeping your members close and engaged with your community.
The National Association of Chain Drug Stores is amplifying a widespread message on multiple platforms to encourage Americans to get the flu shot to prevent additional stress on a healthcare system still strained by the pandemic.
In the final installment of our series on the hybrid workplace, we look at establishing flexible policies that will allow both remote and in-office workers to thrive.